Capital High School student Pete Nichols is the first West Virginian to be accepted to the National Youth Orchestra. He will perform at Carnegie Hall before leaving on a seven-city tour of China this summer. More than 1,000 teenagers auditioned for this year's orchestra and 110 were accepted.
Cedar Grove Middle School seventh grade student, Caitlyn Ovaldson, was selected to represent all KCS middle school students at the 2014-2015 Youth Art Month Exhibit for her 2-D watercolor painting. The exhibit dates will be at the Parkersburg Art Center from February 28-April 1, 2015. After the exhibit is concluded in Parkersburg, Caitlyn's watercolor will be on display at the Charleston Clay Center on Friday, April 3, 2015.
The Parent Community Resource Center will again be hosting a free informational workshop titled “Visual Strategies for Children with Autism” on March 23, 2015 from 5:30 – 7:30 at the Edison Staff Development Center. The workshop is for parents, teachers and community members that are affected by or interested in Autism.
George Washington High School students have been selected as winners of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Emergency Preparedness High School Video Contest.
Frequently asked questions and answers regarding the Learning 20/20 iPad initiative.